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I have MSN Messenger 6.0 (6.0 0602)

I only use it to be notified of any e-mail that I may have.

However, a few days ago, I was notified of a new version that was available and asked if I wanted to install it. I said no.....because I don't want to. For the reson stated above.

Now, when I try to connect with MSM sometimes, it will say I have to download a new version to be able to use the service. I choose no, and it locks me out of MSM. However, if I persist entering my password, it will allow me to connect using the above version. This is very annoying, so any help would be appreciate as to the problem

Thank you!
 
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Yikes! Could you type any larger? :D

There's nothing you can do about the pestering you're receiving from MSN. MS will keep pestering you until you upgrade.

:)
 

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Thank you for your advice.

It was an accident that the text is so large. I didn't mean for it to be that big..lol

Thanks again.
 
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I'm getting the same message from MSN, only I have already downloaded the upgrade months ago. When I try to download it again, it won't install and instructs me to go to MSN's website and download from there. I can't from there either. Now, it won't let me open my e-mail??
 
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